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There's the pity.  He wrote much more music than I realized, according to the USC archive list.  I wish I could hear each and every one of them.  I have heard those portions of his opera addressed before in the movie, Charlie Chan at the Opera.  That whet my appetite to hear his other works.
   
  :)--Darlene

Roger and Allison Kulp <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
  And according to the list here,many of his (Levant's)works remain either unrecorded,or were not released commercially.


Roger

Darlene Brandt wrote: Karl, I didn't know he performed the Honegger Concertino. I would be very interested in finding that recording! The website you cited was most helpful. Thanks!

:)--Darlene

Karl Miller wrote:
While we are on the subject of Oscar, does anyone out there have the broadcast of his doing the Gershwin Concerto with Mitropoulos and the NY Phil, Reiner and Pittsburgh (I have Oscar conducting his Dirge from that concert) and the Shostakovich 2nd Concerto with Waxman? And, don't know if was broadcast, but his NY Phil debut where he played the Gershwin Second Rhapsody, Honegger Concertino and Khachaturian.

And for additional information on Oscar:

http://www.classical.net/music/comp.lst/acc/levant.html

Karl



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